A number of commonly known actions are considered felony rape by Oklahoma statutes including: Second degree rape, the lesser offense, is outlined as sexual intercourse with someone who is under the age of 16, who is intoxicated as a means of forcing him or her to submit unconscious or incapable of valid consent, or aiding someone in forcible sexual intercourse. The alleged perpetrator of the crime might not be dating the alleged victim; it could be a friend, acquaintance or stranger.
This common term is used to refer to drug-facilitated sexual intercourse or assault, and/or acquaintance rape.
At its core, rape is non-consensual sexual intercourse involving vaginal or anal penetration that includes force by instrumentation on someone, conscious or unconscious, or on any victim unable to consent.
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Rape categorized as statutory varies case by case and is generally prosecuted as second degree when the alleged victim is aged 14 or older.
Many are unaware that they are even committing this crime until they are charged with the offense, usually at the behest of an angry parent or spurned ex-lover.